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Stephen Barneby (#47157980)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family genealogy for several years now. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.

I am retired from both the Army and the Foreign Service, currently living in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
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lizz grant
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Stephen--I see on his wife's ( # 40600134) that they were married in 1916, in CA and their first dau was born 1918. His bio says they were married in 1918. His wife is my 8th cousin, plus---going back to the Grants of MA in 1634. May I commend you on the TERRIFIC memorials you have created for your (0ur) family. They are terrific. Thank You, "Cousin" Lizz.
Added by lizz grant on Apr 09, 2015 7:59 AM
Suzen Sez
RE: Nathaniel Van Hise
Your welcome, Nathaniel and his family's stone's didn't disappear. All the stones and such are there... but after a storm some girl scouts went in to clean up the cemetery (for a badge) and took all the stone fragments and stones and put them in a pile outside the fence without a map to where to remount them at the correct graves. It is rural property on farmland and is well protected and watched. I found only one remaining stone for Van Hise. Flowers are still put out and pipes are placed for the veterans of War of 1812 and Civil war vets. We are attempting to get replacement stones for the service of the 17 Civil War Vets and other Military Vets for this cemetery...... keep checking back for progress.....


I appreciate the work others do for my ancestors in far communities and it is the least I can do for others to pay it forward......

Have a great Easter...... Susan
Added by Suzen Sez on Apr 04, 2015 8:29 AM
Marla Apodaca
RE: Gilman Goodrich
Hi Stephan,

If you could not figure out how I am related to Gilman Goodrich, his daughter, Hannah married David Hart. They are my 2nd great grandparents. David and Hannah had their son, William Lincoln Hart who married Daisy "Bessie" Mallory > Williard M. Hart married Violet Harrington> my dad> Marla (me).
So that means that we are somehow related.

Marla (Hart) Apodaca
Added by Marla Apodaca on Apr 02, 2015 8:19 AM
SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
RE: Gilman Goodrich
I'll get back to you when I have his application ready. I will probably stop out at the cemetery tonight as I want to look at his and some other graves and take a couple of photos of headstones that need to be replaced. I'll need a memo stating that you are giving me permission on behalf of your family to get the headstone. I take it you've been to the cemetery? If not, I'll take some photos for you.
Added by SSG Richard L. Smallwood... on Apr 01, 2015 11:47 AM
SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
RE: Gilman Goodrich
Stephen: Yes, his headstone does look ok for now, but 50 years from now it will probably have melted like white marble does. I think it would be a good idea to get him his free Veteran's headstone denoting his service in the War of 1812 while we still can. I fear that at some point in the future, they won't be free or won't be available anymore, and I can take care of it now. I can order it with your permission, Gramke Monument in Janesville takes delivery, and I'll install it with my brothers for free. It will be only the second War of 1812 headstone I've ordered. I have one waiting for the ground to thaw so I can install it right now. There is supposedly one other War of 1812 vet in Mt. Pleasant.

Feel free to contact me at my email address to discuss it further, sir.
Added by SSG Richard L. Smallwood... on Apr 01, 2015 8:54 AM
Ted K
Rosilla Brackenridge
oops, sorry! that message was intended for someone else who is trying to link sisters as mother and daughter
Added by Ted K on Mar 31, 2015 5:41 PM
SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
RE: Gilman Goodrich
I'd like to get him a veteran's headstone. All I need is your permission. I'm working on making sure that all veterans in that cemetery are marked. Some are not marked at all now. Back in the 70's a girl scout troop "cleaned" the cemetery, and took all the broken headstones and put them in a pile.... unmarking the graves.
Added by SSG Richard L. Smallwood... on Mar 31, 2015 6:43 AM
Marla Apodaca
RE: Gilman Goodrich
There are two Gilman Goodrichs.

Gilman Goodrich and Lydia Harvey are my 3rd g grandparents.

Gilman Goodrich, Jr, is my 3 grand uncle.

Marla (Hart) Apodaca
Added by Marla Apodaca on Mar 30, 2015 8:48 PM
SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
Gilman Goodrich
You know that your G-Grandfather was a veteran of the War of 1812, don't you?
Added by SSG Richard L. Smallwood... on Mar 30, 2015 1:31 PM
Elizabeth Marlow O.
David Hallman
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I am always happy to correct, edit, add to or link any memorial I manage, and I am looking forward to hearing from you to make this a better memorial. Please use the Edit tab on the memorial to submit what you would like included.

This is the third time you have requested this memorial. Each time you stated you have more info to add. I have offered to add every time but have yet to receive any type of bios, etc.

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Added by Elizabeth Marlow O. on Mar 29, 2015 5:13 PM
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